Danielle Foreman, Koret Foundation

TITLE: Senior Program Officer

FOCUS AREAS: Jewish life, museums

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PROFILE: Danielle Foreman began working at the Koret Foundation as a program officer in April 2010 and was promoted to a senior program officer in December 2013. In October 2014, she started a private consulting business working as a philanthropic advisor as well.

Past volunteer experience includes roles at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Women in Social Enterprise, and World Savvy. She has published articles about Jewish life on E-Jewish Philanthropy and JPeoplehoodorg. Check out the article, “Danielle Foreman: Encouraging Philanthropy Among Her Peers,” to learn more about Foreman’s take on charitable giving.

Foreman’s bio on the Koret Foundation website shares:

Danielle Foreman manages Koret’s program goals and grants in the Jewish community, with primary responsibility for the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood and the Initiative to Combat Anti-Semitism.

Danielle’s professional experience spans both the public and private sectors. She has conducted program evaluations at the New York City Department of Education and served as a political media and strategy consultant at Terris Barnes and Walters in San Francisco. She is a board member of Slingshot—an organization that fosters innovation in Jewish life by developing next-generation funders and providing resources to leverage their impact in the Jewish community. Danielle also serves as a committee member for the Jewish Contemporary Museum Contemporaries group.

Danielle received her undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and an M.P.A. in Public and Non-Profit Management and Policy at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School for Public Service. She is also a graduate of Leadership San Francisco.